As of 1 February 2017: the city centre will become a low emission zone (LEZ)
Soot and fine particles pollute the air and are detrimental to the environment and public health. A large part of this pollution is obviously emitted by cars, which is why the City of Antwerp has decided to exclude the most polluting vehicles from the city as of 1 February 2017. The city centre will become a low emission zone (LEZ). It is the road to a healthier, cleaner future.
AMS practices global mission and conquers China
AMS is making its global mission very explicit. For many years, Antwerp Management School has maintained good relations with China and has also organized many activities there.
Laying of the foundation stone on the Boogkeerssite
In 2018 Antwerp Management School is moving to the Boogkeerssite at Mechelseplein. On Thursday December 1, the first stone was laid for the new building. The laying of the foundation stone happened through soilmixing by De Smet Group.
Good research requires good performance: A cooperation between BPACT and AMS
Just this week, BPACT and the Antwerp Management School (AMS) signed a letter of intent stating they will work together more closely in the future. Both parties consider the creation, development and optimal operation of a large-scaled online survey panel as a way of combining meaningful research with scientific depth.
ID@Work launches free test for employers
Brussels, 16 November 2016 – Based on a study performed by an inclusive team in 26 companies and the publication of a white paper, Antwerp Management School and HEC Liège are currently presenting a free screening process to show employers to what extent their companies are ready to attract people with intellectual disabilities.